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'm determined but that is a lot of adrenalin. >> yeah, and a lot of sauvignon blanc. >> stephanie: and then he ended up breaking it in like eight places. and i'm like -- ♪ you are an idiot ♪ >> you broke your foot and you were out of commission for like six months. >> i don't know that drink wine is good while running a marathon. >> stephanie: it is not that important if you shatter something. >> but it is something that you have been training for a long period of time. >> stephanie: rowland is like samuel jackson. he is like a sparrow, he is very fragile. >> and yet you keep taking him on these extreme bike trails? >> stephanie: i'm trying to toughen him up. >> or destroy him. >> maybe he needs more calcium. >> he is like a sparrow, he breaks bones all the time, yet he is going into mad max mode? listen, he is trying to butch it up. good morning. >> caller: good morning, guys. you looked great in that brown skirt in the predebate show. >> oh thank you. we'll be doing an election special on tuesday. >> caller: never lose the brown skirt. this is very puzzling that plann
blanc who recorded it before he signed an exclusive contract to voice the warner brothers cartoon characters. woody was an immediate hit. he went on to star in dozens of cartoons over the years. with lance's own wife grace stafford eventually providing woody's voice. with time, woody became grounder and cuter and a tad more restrained. >> woody, where are you. osgood: as the golden era of theatrical cartoon shorts faded in the 1950s, woody got a second life as a children's tv series with walter lance himself as host. though lance shut down his animation studio in 1972, woody has lived on in reruns. and he also had a brief cameo in the 1988 film "who framed roger rabbit?" >> one thing, doc, he weren't no rabbit. >> or a duck. og. woodpecker. sgood: for many years woody was a star of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. now these days he has his very own roler coaster at the universal theme park in orlando. as the old adage has it, he who laughs last truly does laugh best. ahead, behind every balloon there's an artist. a can of del monte green beans? ♪ ♪ ♪ grown in america. pic
. it is virginia street. i'm just getting confirmation. this jury blancs to this city and it is on the sidewalk here. according to a neighbor they heard a fall around 4:00 a.m.. it was one of those things that history was bound to fall they just did not know when. i guess it is needed a big storm to push it over. i have the honor of the house on which this tree fell on her name is pat and what a surprise this morning,? >> absolutely. the rise is on that side of apple around here that have up to work and came round the corner to see this this morning. i did not hear fall in the night. he told me it's fallen around four in the morning. this is quite a shock to wake up to. >> this is something you have been asking the city to take care of right? >> i filed an on-line complete form for 311 for the city for this tree in may. i received no follow up whatsoever. i was concerned as you see it is an evergreen tree but many of the leaves are missing. it looked like it was dying in may. i followed up with them again. subsequently i received a phone call saying they were coming out to take a look but i nev
in the end. i mean, that is kind of a striking moment. mont blanc, the terrific political scientist and historian said in a couple years ago, most american history white majorities have ruled. candidates of most whites -- barack obama became the first nominee to lose weight by double-digit and went on to win but when the biggest democratic victory in 44 years. and in this election he lost white voters by 20 points and one. and he won because democrat republicans in effect are conceding, once again in this election 80% of the growing minority population. i wrote in august that obama's forum for victory was 80-40, 26. he won 80% of them. if he matched that began and they were at least that much of a vote he could get a majority of the national vote with only about 40% of whites. is 24 now turned out to be 80-39-28. angina, the fundamental fallacy that any conservative analysts had and kind of rejecting all of the polls was the assumption the 2008, the weight elected to look into thousand eight was result of a search because of barack obama. completely wrong. it was a continuation of t
. let's just assume that people rise above. and i'm going to give you carte blanc blanche. let's talk about good stocks and fun things. because you think deeply about this stuff. and you're kind of like a master story teller why you like certain stocks. what's your favorite right now? >> well, within the framework of making money, today is black friday -- >> yes. >> the stocks today. how do you make money? >> so for buying stocks today? >> yeah. people sell things, there's bargains. if you like it and have the understanding of an intrinsic value. >> if someone is understanding it and selling it. >> well, that is the stock market and the emotions. for example, yesterday, yesterday, patterson, a company based in the minneapolis area -- >> patterson dental -- >> you're getting warm. the stock was down $33 a share. you look at the company, they've not done anything really good for the last four or five years. how do they get business? they sell products for veterinary market, companion pets. dogs and cats -- >> you've been on this pet kick for a while. what's the symbol? >> pdco. >> that
of customers tasting the different cheeses, including feta, fromage blanc, and snapping up the goat milk products like soap and skin lotions. this farm store helps to strengthen the direct relationship between farmer and consumer. and it ensures customers keep coming back. >> no, actually, i didn't. i just had it in the store, but i never really know the difference, not till i started coming over here. you can just taste the difference, you know, and it's just really nice. >> although visitors come from all over the world, most are from the golden state. goat cheese is increasing in popularity in california. and here at harley farms, they lieve in controlling all aspects of it, so that they get great taste and great quality. >> our secret ingredient is right here is in t grass that is grown in this wonderful soil. we are 2 miles from the ocean. so, that ocean air comes in and quite often it's foggy, especially during the summer and it brings in that foggy, salty air, which grows the grass that the goats eat and we consider that a secret ingredient. so, you see it on a lot of the menus al
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